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Kawabata

Yasunari . 1899--1972, Japanese novelist, author of Yukiguni (Snow Country, 1948) and Yama no oto (The Sound of the Mountain, 1954): Nobel prize for literature 1968
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Saparbek Tuykbayev and Kawabata Itiro also discussed the possibility o opening an office of Japanese organization for the development of foreign trade (JETRO) in Kazakhstan.
Yasunari Kawabata publico en 1964 la novela Lo bello y lo triste cuya primera edicion en Mexico fue pubicada a principios de este ano por EMECE Editores y Grupo Planeta.
To bring conformity into relief Kawabata also creates seductive outsiders who hide their extreme individualism to dominate others.
Abe is trying to rest everything by dissolving parliament," Kawabata said in comments shown on NHK public TV.
Address for correspondence: Hiroki Kawabata, Department of Bacteriology-I, National Institute of Infectious Diseases.
It also claims that Kawabata was a nurse and was arrested in January 2014 on suspicion that he was harming the child's welfare.
In the first round, Robb Saez of USA beat him 9-6 and in the evening, despite putting up a tough fight, he couldn't go past Japan's Kawabata Satoshi.
Because the restarting of the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa plant is falling further behind schedule, it is a fact that differences between the business plan (and the current situation) are widening," Yoshiharu Kawabata told reporters, referring to one of the three nuclear power plants operated by TEPCO.
El texto de Kawabata insiste en establecer continuamente una equiparacion entre el sueno y la muerte, entre dormir y morir.
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Kazuhito Kawabata, managing director, Research Headquarters at Ono.